Flowering branches are beautiful and popular, but they have a short season and last no longer than any other fresh flower. If you want flowering branches during the off season, or for an application where you need them to last a while, the real thing is not an option.
Here's a window display of flowering branches created using Dragonwood Branches, specifically poles and forks, and faux flower stems.
The displays are very graceful, fitting the space beautifully. Upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent that the beautiful form was created using individual pieces of Dragonwood trees combined with numerous faux flower stems.
It seems the designers of these window displays, like Impressionist painters, were very explicitly trying to create something from distinct and discrete pieces. The effect is beautiful.